Where Credit Is Due

Where Credit Is Due

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by Marguerite Benjamin Parker
     
 

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After witnessing the miraculous recovery of her young son after he was critically injured in a car accident, Leandra Brooks is reborn in every sense of the word. With her faith renewed and old wrongs righted, she feels ready to take on the world. Little does she know, life is about to afford her the biggest opportunity yet to test her faith as well as that of those…  See more details below

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After witnessing the miraculous recovery of her young son after he was critically injured in a car accident, Leandra Brooks is reborn in every sense of the word. With her faith renewed and old wrongs righted, she feels ready to take on the world. Little does she know, life is about to afford her the biggest opportunity yet to test her faith as well as that of those around her.

For Vince Mitchell, the God-given new sparkle in Leandra’s eyes is just the sign he was waiting for. However, when the winds of change blow in some serious competition and news of Leandra’s mother’s devastating medical condition, Vince finds himself on the losing end of a tug-of-war for Leandra’s attention.

At some point in life’s journey, everyone reaches the intersection of fear and faith, tears and trust. In our own time, we discover that the road gets easier for those who ultimately learn to give credit…

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011909313
Publisher:
Parker Bordeaux Press
Publication date:
09/30/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
253
File size:
134 KB

Meet the Author

Marguerite Benjamin Parker is currently an instructor of English and communication at Pitt Community College in Greenville, NC, and has taught composition and technical writing on the college level for over twelve years. Parker received graduate and undergraduate degrees from East Carolina University and has used her expertise in higher education as well as in the business sector as a freelance writer and business stationery designer.

She has also published for the gifting industry in which she has worked as an independent business owner for over a decade before branching into self-publication.

A Debt Too Deep was released in 2007. Where Credit Is Due, the sequel to that novella, followed in 2010.

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